Together We Two

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"Together We Two"
Single by The Archies
from the album This Is Love
B-side "Everything's Alright"
ReleasedDecember 21, 1970
Genre Pop, Bubblegum Pop
Label Kirshner
Songwriter(s) Jeff Barry, Andy Kim
Producer(s) Jeff Barry
The Archies singles chronology
"Together We Two"
"This Is Love"

"Together We Two" is a song released by The Archies, a fictional bubblegum pop band from the Archie Comics universe in 1970. It was written by Jeff Barry and Andy Kim. [1] It failed to chart the Billboard Hot 100 peaking at No. 22 on the U.S. Bubbling Under Singles chart.


Chart (1971)Peak
US Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles 22

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